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It's been over 400 years since Shakespeare's death and yet his work remains as compelling and popular as ever. Did you know he is credited with creating some 2000-3000 words and phrases in the English language? While some of these words and phrases were surely in use during his age, he "standardize[d] spelling and grammar," while putting his own spin on "grammatical form and structure" and making new words out of existing ones. Many of these words and phrases continue to be quoted to this...
LEARNING GOALS To have students: --Employ reading skills and strategies to construct meaning from text --Describe the thoughts, opinions, and questions that arise as they read, view, or listen to a text --Evaluate explicit and implicit information to demonstrate awareness of the author’s style --Extend meaning by analyzing complex elements of fiction --Defend their interpretations of literature by producing in-depth, validated responses --Understand and appreciate that literature represents, recreates, shapes and explores human thoughts and experiences
As a veteran reading and writing teacher, Mr. LeCara covered Shakespeare yearly as part of grade-level curriculum. Accessing Shakespeare's classic works demonstrates to young readers themes that have stood the test of time because they are part of the human experience. Further awareness also reveals connections to classic Shakespearean works in movies, television shows, cartoons, and advertising.
HOME ASSIGNMENTS --Readings --Summaries --Guided Reading Questions --Two optional essays per play; one required after each
Students can expect to dedicate three weeks to each play. Teacher can provide classic versions of the plays covered in digital form that students can print out. It may be easier, however, for students to order the NO FEAR paperback series of texts from Amazon to better understand the language and so they can mark up the text during their reading, discussions, and analysis. Paperbacks run between $5 and $7 US dollars. o Macbeth: Ambition o Hamlet: Revenge o Othello: Jealousy NO FEAR SHAKESPEARE: Macbeth SUMMARY: Three witches tell the Scottish general Macbeth that he will be King of Scotland. Encouraged by his wife, Macbeth then plots his way to the throne. Once king, Macbeth's paranoia gets the better of him as he fights to hold his position. LINK: https://www.amazon.com/Macbeth-No-Fear-Shakespeare-William/dp/1586638467/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=no+fear+shakespeare&qid=1630866738&sr=8-2 NO FEAR SHAKESPEARE: Hamlet SUMMARY: The ghost of the King of Denmark tells his son Hamlet to avenge his murder by killing the new king, Hamlet's uncle. Hamlet feigns madness, contemplates life and death, and seeks revenge. His uncle, fearing for his life, also devises plots to kill Hamlet. LINK: https://www.amazon.com/Hamlet-No-Fear-Shakespeare-William/dp/1586638440/ref=sxin_13_birs_cobar_search?cv_ct_cx=no+fear+shakespeare&dchild=1&keywords=no+fear+shakespeare&pd_rd_i=1586638440&pd_rd_r=29274087-af27-4e4a-b2db-621206f8c1cd&pd_rd_w=7JTUL&pd_rd_wg=kLO09&pf_rd_p=7ebe70b4-2f7d-488b-87d1-db69c709cb19&pf_rd_r=W367ZCH84CBE6PB3SAZ7&qid=1630866738&sr=1-2-86e09153-50e6-4ad8-8ff3-4f3aa0180b7d NO FEAR SHAKESPEARE: Othello SUMMARY: Furious about being overlooked for a promotion, Iago, jealous of General Othello, the Moor of Venice, sets into motion a plan to ruin Othello's career and marriage. LINK: https://www.amazon.com/Spark-Shakespeare-Othello-SparkNotes-1997-12-01/dp/B0160EZLFI/ref=sr_1_44?dchild=1&keywords=no+fear+shakespeare&qid=1630866738&sr=8-44
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LEARNER PROGRESS WILL BE ASSESSED BY o the completion of reading assignments o coming to class prepared with summaries, questions, and any other noted observations/connections to modern-day stories and/or shared human experience o their answers to guided reading questions **Parents are encouraged to contact teacher if they wish to have students complete any extended assignments, from an actual assessment to a more formal essay assignment demonstrating learning and growth.
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
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